On the cusp of opening his second New York restaurant, ramen genius Ivan Orkin recently stopped by the Food & Wine Test Kitchen to prepare some amazing dishes from his new Slurp Shop at Gotham West Market.
Over the last 50 years, brussels sprouts have gone from reviled to revered.
Today is the 240th anniversary of the Boston Tea Party. While political demonstration can conceivably justify wasting perfectly good tea, F&W has some tastier ideas.
Spaghetti squash is popular with all kinds of healthy eaters. Here, 10 genius ways to cook with it.
Are we really that proud of ramen burgers or brioche buns that we have nothing to learn from a century of hamburger cooking?
Coconut oil is a fantastic substitute for butter or shortening in baked goods, but its mild tropical flavor can also enhance greens, grains, vegetables and even shrimp. Here, six ways to use the popular oil. Read more >
Sweet potatoes are ubiquitous around the holidays, but there are good reasons—beyond the fact that they're delicious—to make them a year-round staple. Because they contain tons of vitamins A and C and have anti-inflammatory properties, sweet potatoes can add a nutrient boost to all kinds of foods, from crispy hot latkes to cool panna cotta. Here, 15 smart ways to use them. Read more >